The Courier News from ,  on April 16, 1952 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from , · Page 7

Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 16, 1952
Page 7
Start Free Trial

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1992 BLITHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tackett Sees No Need to Increase State Taxes, Would Cut 'Waste PAGE SEVEN .. . .By The Associated Press Gubernatorial Candidate Boyd Tackett o( Nashville says there is no necessity tor an increase in elate taxes. Rep. Tackett, who will seek the Democratic nomination for governor of Arkansas in the summer primaries, told 3.500 of the "home- fo\k who know me best" Tuesday 'By the elimination of waste and extravagance and the proper utilization of revenues now available, it will not be necessary to raise taxes, "The Arkansas taxpayer already is overburdened and if the emphasis Is placed where it belongs —on efficient administration—the money now coming Into the .^tate treasury will do the Job," Tackett spoke to a crowd of supporters from eight Southwest Arkansas counties at a rally on the shores of Narrows Lake near Murfreesboro. Tackett used most of his address to lash the administration of Gov. Sid McMath. While McMath has Arkansas News Briefs— Russellville Okays Parking Meters; Mena, Paris Do Not By The Associated I'ress Three Arkansas cities voted on installation of parking meters Tuesday and the vote was one for and two against, Ru&eHvj}le voted for Installation of the nieiers, 429-23. Meter revenue will be ear marked for street maintenance. The two cities rejecting the parking meters were Mena and Paris. The Mena election was the second vote in lc?.s than a year on the parking meter question. The unofficial tally was 478 against. 331 for. In Paris, the unofficial vote was 315 against, 25-1 for. Thirty-three Arkansas cities now have voted for installation of the meters. not announced his candidacy for a third term, he is expected "to do so. Tackett condemned cam- promises, acceptance of campaign contributions where there is no campaign, and "the requiring of contributions from firms doing business with the state." The congressman also rapped what he said was a "whispering enmprtlsn" being conducted against him by "McMath hencti- *iiL'n." He called Gov. McMath's high way building program "paint brush paving," and predicted that roads paved by the administration would not stand up for more than year, Tackett also touched on his opposition to a proposed electrical co-op power plant for Northwest Arkansas. He said Korean War Hero Tells Home Folks of Those Who Are Dead precluded from »ny banertt b\ the estate, This notice ILrst published 1« day of April, 1052. STUTTGART, Ark. UP>— A Korean war hero whose valor won htm the nation's highest decoration has reminded his fellow towiumen that there are some heroes who didn't return. Lt. Lloyd L. Burke, holder of the Medal of Honor for Heroism In Korea, was honored »t a testimonial dinner In the basement of (he rirst Christian Church here last night. When he was asked to make a brief -talk, Burke called instead for a "moment of silent prayer for the boys who didn't come back from Korea." The Stuttgart soldier then beean weeping and had to sit down. Later. Burke again rose and told the 325 diners that, "coming back home and what you people have done for me tonight means more to me than anything." Once again he started weeping and had to sit down, Oov. Sid McMath made the principal address at the dinner, sponsored by civic and veterans' organizations here. Hurke and his wife were presented with a set of matched luggaRe. Frank Hilton, commander of Die American Lecion post here, gave Burke a lifetime membership in the Legion. Ingrid Did Not Go to Italy to Fall In Love, Letter to Doctor Shows JamM Terry. AdmlnWrator PO Box MS, Blyihevllle, Ark, Oecar Fendler, attorney. 4,16-23 Oak Ridge, Tenn., whers th« atom plant Ls tocatcd, has n birth ral<j three times the national average. LOS ANGELES Wt— "It was not my intention to fall in love and go Kan to Serve 2 Years in Death of Unborn Child RUSSELLVLLLE—Harvey Helton of Dover, Ark., is to serve two years in the Arkansas penitentiary for the death of his unborn child. A Pope Circuit Court Jury deliberated only 15 minutes yesterriny before finding Helton guilty. He was accused of shooting his pregnant wife during an argument last June 3. She recovered, but their baby died. Ouachita College Accepts Ford education Plan ARKADELPHIA—Another Arkansas college has approved a plan for the state's participation In the Ford Foundation's new teacher education 'program. Ouachita Baptist College's Board of Trustees approved the plan yesterday. Under the new program, which must be approved by all Arkansas colleges, teachers would be required to have four years of collepe study and serve a year's internship. Hendrix College is the only other school to approve the plan 50 far. plant, which would ha'^^heen I ""' a ' y lorev * r -™" "" "'"• P'""s with a loan from the Rural! Electrification Administration, because he was working "to keep the bureaucrats in Washington from robbing the people or Ar^iiii: as of iis RE'A program." The big rally was'sp-Jiftored by Pike and Howard Counties. Tackett t:eed law in Pitze ami now lives in Ilo'.viu'd. Large delegations were nt from Little River, Sevicr. Polk, Clark and Miller Counties. Rally Chairman Nnthati Coulter estimated the crowd at 3,500. Meanwhile, the Northwest Arksui- Group Protests Road Relocation Magnet Cove Body Objects to Moving Highway 270 MAGNET COVE, Ark. W*i— Magnet Ccve re.sldcsls are protesting the proposed re-location of U. S. -sas. Third District Republicans i Hitrlv.vay 270 between Hot Spring selected two delegates and uvo »1- terrmte.s to the Republican National Convention, and chose a nominee for congressman. Hurry Pollack of Ft Smith, and P. A. Teague of Bcrryville v> t:re elected convention delegates. Pollock refused to say who he favored: im- n for the GOP presidential nomina-1 to th tion, and Teag-uo was not avail-' able for comment, Named alternates were 5. E, Trostle of Siioam Springs -a .sup- and Mnlvorn. At a mnss meeting here Last night, the group drafted a. resolution to be sent to Gov. McMath. the kalisas congressional delegation. Under the prcposed re-locatinn igiuvay would be routed nearer (he 1 Reynolds Aluminum Plant at Jones Mill. Ark. and the proposed General Motors plant. It would bypass Magnet Cove. Former state Geologist Joe Kim- poncr of Gen. Du-ight D. Eisen-jsey, chairman of the group, .said hower—and John E. Ellis of Fay-'that "we will me every injunctive etteville. Ellis 1 presidential prefer- power we have to prevent the relocation,' if the protest is ignored. The plan was submitted to the ence also was not known. Med Cashion, Fnyettcyillo real estate man, wns nominated by the Arkansas Highway Department by Bloodhounds, Posse Still Hunting Fugitive LEWISVILLE—Bloodhounds followed by a posse searching the Bayou Badcaw woods south of here did not locate an unknown sniper .a h " took potshots at Game Warden James Bray yesterday. V State Policeman Milton MoMer said the hounds traced the sniper to a backroad, but, lost his scent in the gravel. Mosier said he obviously had driven oft in an automobile. Bray said he stopped his truck^ yesterday whpn he heard a dog. .-He said that, immediately, two shots crashed through the windshield of his truck—barely missing his head. Bray was in the seclion to investigate illegal hunting. Vital New Discovery About Polio To Be Tested on Children Soon By ALTON' L. BLAKESLEE AP Science Reporter NEW YORK MV—A vital new discovery about, polio will be tested on children this summer, to prevent infantile paralysis. The discovery is that the polio virus apparently gets into the blood before it enters nerves and destroys them. And while the virus still is In the blood, it can be killed by giving antibodies. ,4Kiis kinci of prevention of polio has worked in monxeys and chimpanzees. Next, children threatened by nn epidemic will be given the antibodies to hit tiie virus before it makes them sick. Where or \vhen the tests will come was not disclosed. The antibodies will come from human blood. Most people have had polio, without over knowing it. nnd they made their own antibodies to destroy the virus. One ubstancc in your blood carries these antibodies. The new discoveries were re- povtcrt to the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology by Dr. David Bodian of ohns Hopkins University and Dr. Dorothy M. Hor.-Uniimn of Yale. Tiicfr findings in monkcvs ;ip- parently apply as well to humans, Thfi National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis supported their work. The monkeys got polio vires Jn their food—just as humans do. A week or two later, the virus was found in their blood, and it stayed there for a few days. All this time, the monkeys showed no signs of sickness. Later, some monkeys got sick and became paralyzed v;hen the virus left the blood nnd attacked nerves. AH the monkeys produced their own antibodies, but some apparently did not make enough, or did not make them soon enough. If the monkeys were first give an extra dose of antibodies, they did not- Ret sick. The hope i.s that such nntiborlj shots would protect many humans in a polio epidemic. It might be a hfird problem to get enough of the blood medicine, or to give it soon enough. And the antibodies that are given this way don't last effectively for very Ion?. | But there is another encouraging ] fact—thai only ,1 small dose of i antibodies does the trick. Dr. ; Boriinn said. ] This briphtons the hopes for a j real vaccine. 173 district delegates at Huntsvilteja Hot Springs citizen committee. to run for congress in November. . Only one Democrat, Incumbent J. W. Trimble, has filed /or the Democratic nomination. The delegates FI!?O named Claude M. Williams of Rogers as presidential elector, and elected Jay Neal of Van Bmen and Lee Kidd of Clinton to the state executive committee. 'in other developments:: Third District ChanceJior Sam W. Garrntt of Hot Springs filed i for re-election. The district is com-j posed of Garland, Grant, Hoi Spring. Saline and Montgomery Counties. ' State Sen. John W. Cloer • of! Springdale also filed for re-election from the Second District, composed of Washington . and AfjuJisun Counties. Garland County Tax Assessor J. O. Campbell announced lhat he would seek the county jurigeship. He will oppose Judpe J. M. Lo'.very, who is seeking re-election. and dreams, you know that l.s true. But how can J help it or change it?" So wrote Iiigrfd Bergman to her first husband, Dr. Peter Lindstrom, in n letter confessing her love for Robert Rossellini, the Italian movie director. The Joticr, dated April 3, 1949. j was filed in court yo.sterday with j an altidavit HS Lindstrom began a fielit to keep itieir daughter Jenny Ann. 13, from visiting the actress in Italy (his summer. "I know how this letter falls like a bomb on our house , . . Our future, out past, .so tilled with sacrifice and help on your part." Miss Hergnian wrote. ''And now ytm stand alone in the ruins and I am tillable to help you." Bergman had a child by llosspllim after she went to Italy to make a film for him. Three months later ho announced they mail order divorce, Or, Lindstrom was awarded a divorce here Nov. 2 r 1950, with the custody of Jenny Ann, The nctress had asked for Jenny Ann's visit sometime after July 1ft, the date she is expecting a second chitrt by Rossellini. Superior Jud Mildred Lillie continued the case until June 2 nnd said she intends to question Jenny Ann about her feelings on the proposed visit, 1 Read Cnurirr Neu-s Classified Ads. Want to Borrow Some Money Free? NEW YORK f/Pf—A bank that lends money free, and ha.s never turned away an applicant for a loan, !s celebrating Us 60th birthday-with a loss record of less than 'i of 1 per cent. The Hebrew Free Loan Society on New Ycrk's Lower Side lends up to $500 for six months to anyone who can get endorsements from two reputable busi- n?55men. It has loaned $40 million In Us 60 years, paying operating ex- PCILSCS from private cciHilbutions. Many of these come front former b orrf *\ve r.s. The 725.000 persons to whom it ha.s loaned money include the ill, the unemployed, students, former convicts, bankrupts and refugees. Rf-ad Courier News niassitied Ads IN THE PROKATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI, CIIICKASAWnA DISTRICT COUNTY, ARKANSAS TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF S. F. POWELL. det:ca,scd , No, 2,110 Lot>t knmvn of decedent: Blythevillc, Arkansas. Date of death: April 7. ii)i2. The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 15 day of ApriJ, 195!2. AH persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication c.i this nntice, or they .shall be forever barred and n v our genuine oour Mash method can produce the lull. satisfying flavor of OLDFITIGEPALO Modern short cuts cannot imitate its slowly distilled, true bourbon flavor. NOW AGED S FULL YEARS PlusUx Fliistax. -._ ,, Tluslax $2.14 Half pints »,, -- liista Fifths 9*».23 I'inls smm-wtu« wsmiEsy . ESTABLISHED louisvilit, KENTUCKY. U4» T00% IQNPEP KtNTUCICT STRAIGHT iOUttOM WHISKEY • 100 PEOOf ICES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY!! PLYMOUTH—2-Door, Clean-, and been completely overhauled. . .Onlv KOUD—1'ickup. '/, Ton, Kquipped with Radio arid Healer. $725 1545 inr>0 DODfiK—l-I)nnr Sedan in excellent S condilion. Only 16,000 miles. Hargain! 1917 l'ON r n,U,'~.|-I><>or Sedan, 6 Cvlimler, 'S7/IE I'crffd Condilion. A Real Huy at only I ^3 lillS CHEVROLET—Klccfline. A Car you'll enjoy driving. In Kinc Condition. I'ricc ? 745 IfllS PONTIAC—.t-Door Sedan, Good Shape and really looks Rood. Priced at. ;. $995 Ifllfi PONT I AC — 4- Door, Hadio and Heater. A nice automobile for the family. $695 1.010 CIIKVKOMvT '.',Ton Pickup, Good Tires, Runs Good. $745 in II MERCURY—i-Door. Nice Car. Price to move. Come in Soon! 1912 DODGE— l-Door Sedan. Runs and Drives good. Priced-Cheap! ... , $ 345 S 300 Distributed by MOON DISTRIBUTING Co. Little Rock, Ark.! Noble Gill Pontiac Co v Inc 5th & Walnut St. Phone 6817 Standard Tuna was initiated by railroads throughout the] Unitcil Slates... in 1883 DUB standard for "on-time" service was initiated in 1877! G. L. Smythe, General Agent ()<)! South Elm Street — Telephone 31 S2 See NEW DEMONSTRATED and get your A regular 2.50 box of lilt hom« permanent, li's our invitation gift to you for dropping in to too a demonstration of the wonderful new line of Thor washers. No charge or obligation, of courie. Com* today for your frea Lilt with Curlan. Luxurious 39.50 Value WEEK-ENDER CASE Rich simulated Alligator CT o fittrri with R complete nssort- ment of 11 fnrnuua Pntrida Stevens Ri-auty Aids—plus n pricpk?s mnkciip Riilrie, "The Way lo Loveliness." Our gift to you whe you buy a New Thor Washer cowr in ' Thor'Washers 17.90 Down law a i t.75 Weekly B.f .Goodrich COLD RUBBER RECAPS Only9 95 EXTRA MILEAGE AT LOW COST 1 • Gtnuint Siln,lc* • Full head Jcplk *. • Fall Jr.orf wWrlv B. F. Goodrich Defiance Tires ,1495 NOW ONIY • Rvggtd Cortltruttlon • CoM Kvhhsr TrtaJ • VVirf., 7 KiibeJ TrtaJ • Llftllm* Guaranttt COMVIHIIHT T1JMJ Extra Light! Fxfra Strong Koro$ear Garden Hose " h - K >?fz length O* • *P • WonV croct • Longe* lift A new )un<J of fmrdcn hoeo — famous KOTOSCA! hose khak wrnrs lonsrcr, looks twtt<>r, ii p.isjfjr to hni!il!<> than ordinnry hcsc. Available in red or green. 30 ft., 75 ft. longffct ».«, 11.95 — . V. J. fa. OS. B w\ ^rv ••* '••• =v** : 3&iyi'-V'- •» .F. Goodrich 417 W. Main Phone 6331

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,700+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free